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Postponed: Three Roads, Three Women: Live Storytelling Performance

Wednesday, May 24, 2017, 06:00pm - 07:30pm

Nancy SchulerPostponed until the Fall.

Enjoy the art of Storytelling with critically acclaimed writer and performer Nancy Palmento Schuler, as she presents her one-woman play Three Roads, Three Women; the story of three very different women and their individual journeys to Connecticut.

Meet Teresa Gargiulo Palmento, who was born in Italy in 1888 and immigrated to the United States at the age of 18, Junie Harlow, who grew up on the Upper East Side in New York during the 1920’s and summered in Middlebury throughout her youth, and Ruth Jeffers, an African-American woman born in the 1940s in North Carolina.  

All three narratives are based on actual facts and people, although some names have been changed.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children and students.  

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 Nancy Palmento Schuler was born and raised in Waterbury and has lived in Litchfield for the past 18 years with her husband, Ed. It is because of her Waterbury background that she is able to bring alive the story of 3 women who moved to the Waterbury area during different times in history and for very different reasons. 

At age 68, she has been transitioning to writing and acting. Her story about Teresa, her Italian immigrant grandmother, has been awarded a place at the New York Public Library Equity Theater’s 2017 search for new playwrights and and also the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in NYC. She has also performed at Osher Life Long Learning at the University of Connecticut, the New Britain Museum, Shakesperience Productions, the Mattatuck Museum and many community centers and libraries. Her latest play, Henry and Marion, (62 years of wedded bliss, not) will be performed at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre this month.


Location : Auditorium
Contact : (203) 259-0346 ext. 15